Celebrated singer Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar on Sunday surprised his former primary school headteacher with gift that he will never forget.

Jaguar who was at PCEA Gathirime Parish in Kiambu County, presented a brand new Toyota Rav 4 car to Evanson Ndung’u Gathigo, shortly after attending a service at the church.

While handing over the car keys, the Kigeugeusinger recalled how the Mr. Gathigo changed his life when he brought him back to school after his mother passed away.

Jaguar also said that he would not be the person he is today were it not for the teacher who was then the headmaster at Magutuini Primary School where he pursued his primary education.

The singer who is a board member of NACADA, also used the opportunity to urge the youth to take their education seriously and to refrain from using drugs. “I would like to call upon youths with close monitoring of parents to study hard and do any work that’s available. Through this we will keep our youths busy and prevent them from engaging in criminal activities and joining groups like the dreaded Al Shabaab group,” Jaguar said.
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  • niajekeCelebrated singer Charles Njagua Kanyi aka Jaguar on Sunday surprised his former primary school headteacher with gift that he will never forget.

    Jaguar who was at PCEA Gathirime Parish in Kiambu County, presented a brand new Toyota Rav 4 car to Evanson Ndung’u Gathigo, shortly after attending a service at the church.

    While handing over the car keys, the Kigeugeusinger recalled how the Mr. Gathigo changed his life when he brought him back to school after his mother passed away.

    Jaguar also said that he would not be the person he is today were it not for the teacher who was then the headmaster at Magutuini Primary School where he pursued his primary education.

    The singer who is a board member of NACADA, also used the opportunity to urge the youth to take their education seriously and to refrain from using drugs. “I would like to call upon youths with close monitoring of parents to study hard and do any work that’s available. Through this we will keep our youths busy and prevent them from engaging in criminal activities and joining groups like the dreaded Al Shabaab group,” Jaguar said.

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